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1. Perhaps the most important single action of the Second Continental Congress was to [A] select George Washington to head the army. [B] adopt measures to raise money. [C] postpone an immediate demand for independence. [D] draft new appeals to the king. [E] support independence. 2. France came to America’s aid in the Revolution because [A] French officials supported our cause of democracy. [B] it hoped to gain access to the American fur trade. [C] it wanted revenge against Britain. [D] it could use America to test new military tactics. [E] all of these. 3. Jay’s Treaty contained all of the following provisions except [A] a promise by the British to stop selling arms to the Indians. [B] a British promise to evacuate its chain of forts on U.S. soil. [C] British consent to pay damages for the recent seizure of American ships.
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[D] that Americans were bound to pay debts still owed to British merchants on pre-Revolutionary accounts. [E] no promise by the British to pay for future seizure of American ships. 4. The British Parliament enacted currency legislation that was intended primarily to benefit [A] backwoods farmers. [B] the Crown. [C] British merchants. [D] Virginia tobacco planters. [E] New England merchants.
5. The American colonial exponents of republicanism argued that a just society depends on [A] a strong aristocratic tradition. [B] a powerful central government. [C] support for hierarchical institutions. [D] a weak army. [E] the willingness of all citizens to subordinate their private interests to the common good. 6. The Indian chief who fought for the British in New York and Pennsylvania was [A] King Philip. [B] Seneca. [C] Joseph Brant. [D] Pontiac. [E] Cowpens. 7. When the Second Continental Congress met in 1775, [A] it resolved to keep fighting in the hope that the British would redress the colonists’ grievances. [B] its members felt a strong desire for independence. [C] the conservative element was weakened. [D] it continued to stall on the creation of a navy. [E] it cut off communications with the British government. 8. The main purpose of the Alien and Sedition Acts was to [A] keep Thomas Jefferson from becoming president. [B] control the Federalists. [C] capture French and British spies. [D] provide support for the Republican party. [E] silence and punish critics of the Federalists.
9. In a broad sense, America was [A] a revolutionary force from the day of its discovery by Europeans. [B] a place few new ideas took shape. [C] a place that nurtured a love for Britain. [D] completely dependent on Britain for economic support. [E] none of these. 10. Match each individual with the correct description. ___ A. Samuel Adams ___ B. John Adams ___ C. Crispus Attucks 1. a casualty of the Boston Massacre 2. a foreign volunteer who drilled American troops during the War of Independence 3. a pamphleteer who first organized committees to exchange ideas and information on resisting British policy 4. a Massachusetts politician who opposed the moderates’ solution to the imperial crisis at the First Continental Congress [A] A-3, B-4, C-1 [B] A-2, B-1, C-3 [C] A-4, B-3, C-2 [D] A-4, B-1, C-2 [E] A-2, B-4, C-2
11. Match each individual below with the correct descriptive phrase. ___ A. George Rogers Clark ___ B. Nathanael Greene ___ C. John Paul Jones 1. commanded the Patriot invasion of Canada 2. commanded Patriot troops in the South 3. commanded Patriot troops in the West 4. commanded Patriot naval forces [A] A-2, B-1, C-4 [B] A-1, B-4, C-3 [C] A-4, B-3, C-l [D] A-4, B-3, C-2
[E] reduce the number of printed documents in America. [B] enable tax collectors to become wealthy. [D] national bank that existed in the United States prior to the Constitution. The “Fighting Quaker” who cleared most of Georgia and South Carolina was [A] Benedict Arnold. The British Parliament passed the Stamp Act to [A] punish the American colonists.[E] A-3. 13. B-2. Which of the following fates befell Loyalists after the Revolutionary War? [A] some re-established themselves in America [B] some were exiled [C] some fled to England [D] some had their property confiscated [E] all of these 15. [B] National Bank of the Netherlands. [D] raise taxes to a higher level than in Britain. [C] raise money to support new military forces needed for colonial defense. [E] Bank of France. [E] Charles Cornwallis. [C] Bank of England. [C] Benjamin Smith. [D] Joseph Brant. Alexander Hamilton’s Bank of the United States was modeled on the [A] Swiss National Bank. C-4 12. 14. . [B] Nathanael Greene.
and Yorktown. By the time the Constitution was adopted in 1789.” historians since the 1960s have interpreted the Revolutionary struggle as [A] having little to do with economics. [C] inflation was continuing to increase. 19. Saratoga. 18. [E] the Genêt mission. [C] a battle between British regulars and the Continental Army. 17. As noted in “Varying Viewpoints.g. [E] the exportation of European rivalries to North America. [B] a war of large battles. [B] eliminate Dutch shippers from the American carrying trade. [D] prosperity was beginning to return. [A] foreign trade was still in terrible shape. The first Navigation Laws were designed to [A] foster a colonial economy that would offer healthy competition with Britain’s. [C] help colonists get the best possible price for their trade goods. [D] one in which economic concerns played a crucial role. [D] Jay’s Treaty.16. Brandywine. [D] support the mapping of the Atlantic trade routes. The immediate cause of the undeclared war between the United States and France was [A] the Neutrality Proclamation. e. [E] the American economy was continuing to experience problems. . [C] the XYZ affair. [B] Washington’s Farewell Address. [B] the issue of states’ rights had all but disappeared. [E] encourage agricultural experimentation in the colonies..
23. [D] agreement was reached on who would be president. D. . [E] states gave up their right to coin money. B. Arrange the following events in chronological order: (A) fighting at Lexington and Concord. (D) adoption of the Declaration of Independence. [E] they believed a Patriot victory would lead to anarchy. B [E] A. [E] wanted to help Spain as well. D [D] C. [B] feared continued war might lead to a loss of their Latin American colonies. [B] a two-house national legislature was added. (C) publication of Common Sense. A. [A] A. Many Americans remained loyalists during the Revolution for all of the following reasons except [A] some were promised freedom. 22. C. [B] fear of retribution. [D] were trying to persuade America to abandon its alliance with France. [C] realized that they had been beaten badly. The Articles of Confederation were finally approved when [A] all states claiming western lands surrendered them to the national government. A.20. B 21. [C] they believed the British would preserve religious toleration. C. D. D. B. C. D [B] A. [D] they believed in British military superiority. [C] the states gave up their power to establish tariffs. (B) convening of the Second Continental Congress. C [C] B. Britain gave America generous terms in the Treaty of Paris because British leaders [A] had changed from Whig to Tory.
[C] every member of Parliament represented all British subjects. . [D] supply Britain with raw materials not available there. 27. [B] should derive their authority from popular consent. [C] dealt a severe blow to French military and naval strategists. Thomas Paine argued that all government officials [A] were corrupt. Under mercantilist doctrine. [E] refrain from exporting woolen cloth. [B] become economically self-sufficient as soon as possible. [B] Parliament could pass virtually all types of legislation except taxes.24. [E] should be part of a “natural aristocracy. [E] each member of Parliament represented only people in his district.” 26. [C] should not be paid for their service. [C] furnish ships. the American colonies were expected to do all of the following except [A] provide a market for British manufactured goods. [E] was opposed by both Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson. and trade to bolster the strength of the Royal Navy. seamen. 25. “Virtual” representation meant that [A] colonists could elect their own representatives to Parliament. [D] had little impact on future American foreign policy. Washington’s Neutrality Proclamation of 1793 [A] was based on calculations of American self-interest. [D] need not listen to the voice of the uneducated. [B] fulfilled America’s obligations under the Franco-American Treaty. [D] almost all British subjects were represented in Parliament.
[E] all of these. [E] were allowed to serve in the national legislature. [C] warned against the dangers of permanent foreign alliances. [D] warmly endorsed the appearance of two contending political parties in America. [D] led to Paine’s arrest. Washington’s Farewell Address in 1796 [A] was delivered to a joint session of Congress by Washington himself. Thomas Paine’s pamphlet Common Sense [A] called for a democratic republic. [C] permanently gained the right to vote.28. [C] was published before any fighting took place between the colonists and the British. Which of the following Revolutionary leaders was present at the Constitutional Convention? [A] John Adams [B] Benjamin Franklin [C] Thomas Jefferson [D] Benedict Arnold [E] John Hancock 29. [E] remained unpopular for several years before being accepted by the public. . [B] called on the British people to overthrow the king. [B] proposed a two-term limitation on the presidency. 31. [B] finally gained fully equal status with white males. The most important outcome of the Revolution for white women was that they [A] were given the right to vote in some states. 30. [D] were elevated to a newly prestigious role as special keepers of the nation’s conscience.
32. [A] America had an army larger than Britain’s. 33. [C] the majority of Americans supported independence with selfless devotion. [B] realized that the French could not win a military victory over the American forces. 34. [B] America had built a strong navy. [E] all of these. [E] the American military no longer needed foreign assistance. By the end of the War for Independence. [D] prohibited slavery in the Old Northwest. [C] removing the majority of the British navy from American waters. [C] had also reached a peace agreement with Britain. One change in colonial policy by the British government that helped precipitate the American Revolution involved [A] beginning a war with Spain. 35. . [D] removing British troops from American soil. [E] none of these. The United States finally negotiated a peace settlement with France in 1800 mainly because Napoleon [A] had been convinced by the Democratic-Republican pleas for cooperation. [C] abolished slavery in all of the United States. [D] a few thousand American regular troops were finally whipped into shape. [D] was removed from power. [E] wanted to concentrate on gaining more power in Europe. One of the most farsighted provisions of the Northwest Ordinance of 1787 [A] set aside a section of each township for education. [B] compelling the American colonists to shoulder some of the financial costs of the empire. [B] kept power in the national government.
[D] demand British cession of the trans-Allegheny West to the colonies. [D] hold the cities and let colonists control the countryside. D. not France. C . (D) repeal of the Stamp Act. C. C. A. Arrange the following events in chronological order: (A) Sugar Act. American diplomats to the peace negotiations in Paris in 1782-1783 were instructed by the Second Continental Congress to [A] consult with the colonies’ French allies and make no separate peace arrangements with the British.36. The basic strategy of the British in 1777 was to try to [A] invade the southern colonies. 37. [C] isolate the South. B. B. [C] follow the lead of Spain. 39. A. [E] accept any British offer that would essentially return British-American relations to their pre-1763 status. [A] C. D. B [B] B. [C] was proposed by Patrick Henry. [B] favored southern states over northern states. A. D. [B] get the colonies out of their obligations under the Franco-American alliances. [E] isolate New England. [E] ultimately provided the framework of the Constitution. 38. (C) Stamp Act. D [E] A. The “large-state plan” put forward in the Constitutional Convention [A] favored states such as New Jersey. D [C] A. [B] control the Delaware Valley. B [D] C. [D] based representation in the House and Senate on population. (B) Declaratory Act.
42. [D] the anti-Federalists. [C] antifederalists. [B] the Tories. [B] states’ rightists. [E] nationalists. [E] elected a new prime minister. [D] he remembered the slaughter of Bunker Hill. 43. . the British Parliament [A] asked the French to join their cause. General William Howe did not pursue and defeat George Washington’s army after the Battle of Long Island for all of the following reasons except [A] he did not relish the rigors of a winter campaign. [B] he lacked sufficient naval support. 41. [C] passed a bill that offered Americans home rule. [E] the country was rough. [E] the Whigs. After the humiliating defeat at Saratoga in 1777. [C] supplies were slow in coming. [D] replaced their entire officer corps in America.40. Most of the delegates at the Constitutional Convention could best be labeled [A] counter revolutionaries. [C] started by Jefferson and Madison. [D] ordinary citizens. [B] rejected an American peace offer. The political party of the “outs” that provided the “loyal opposition” to the party in power in the 1790s was [A] the Federalists.
[D] the majority. [D] increased George Washington’s huge popularity. [D] control by wealthier people. [E] was little more than a conference of ambassadors with very limited power. [C] alienated America from Spain. [C] operated with strong constitutional authority. [B] still did not comprise representatives from all thirteen states. [C] the “best” people. The new Constitution established the idea that the only legitimate government was one based on [A] an unwritten constitution. [B] farmers. 47. [D] took away the sovereignty of the states. Federalist advocated rule by [A] industrial workers. [C] the consent of the governed. The Second Continental Congress of Revolutionary days [A] did little of lasting value. 46. [E] provided further evidence of American support for France.44. [B] a strong central government. 45. . John Jay’s 1794 treaty with Britain [A] led to the election of Thomas Jefferson. [E] native born citizens only. [B] created deeper splits between Federalists and Democratic-Republicans. [E] the authority of the state.
51. [D] cheap land was easily available. [C] affiliated with the Anglican church. [B] political democracy preceded economic democracy. [B] sectional jealousy. [D] wealthy. 49. [E] from New England. [E] poor organization. [B] Puritans in New England. [E] Thomas Jefferson. The Americans who continued to support the crown after independence had been declared were more likely to be all of the following except [A] well educated. The world’s first antislavery society was founded by [A] Catholics in Maryland. [C] the Congregational church. One reason that the United States avoided the frightful excesses of the French Revolution is that [A] the American Revolution suddenly overturned the entire political framework. [C] great difficulties in raising money to support the army. [D] Quakers in Philadelphia. which constantly interfered with the appointment of military leaders. [E] a strong sense of class consciousness already existed. The colonists faced all of the following weaknesses in the War for Independence except [A] the use of numerous European officers. [C] America declared martial law until the Constitution was enacted in 1789. 50.48. [D] a weak central authority running the war effort. [B] from among the older generation. .
[E] Thomas Paine. 55. [E] Senate. [E] all of these.52. free and independent states. French aid to the colonies [A] helped them protect their own West Indies islands..” was introduced into the Second Continental Congress by Virginia delegate [A] Thomas Jefferson. [E] the need to keep many soldiers in Europe in case of trouble. 53. . All of the following were weaknesses of the British military during the War for Independence except [A] brutal treatment of their soldiers. [B] John Adams. [D] soldiers who were incapable of fighting effectively. [B] the long supply lines. [C] Electoral College. [D] Patrick Henry. Under the Constitution. and of right ought to be. [D] state legislatures.. [C] Richard Henry Lee. [B] greatly aided America’s struggle for independence. 54. [C] was motivated by what the French considered to be their own national interests. [C] second-rate officers. The resolution that “These United Colonies are. [D] forced the British to change their military strategy in America. [B] general public. the president of the United States was to be elected by a majority vote of the [A] House of Representatives.
The first law ever passed by Parliament for raising tax revenues in the colonies for the crown was the [A] Quartering Act. [E] Jay’s Treaty. [C] Parliament passed the tax. [D] it was a very expensive tax. 57. [B] they wanted their independence. [D] the Pinckney Treaty. [D] Stamp Act. [E] they believed it could not be repealed. [E] Townshend Acts. The Federalist-dominated Congress’s Alien Act was aimed at __________. farmers [E] merchant smuggling. [B] the Convention of 1800. newspapers [B] recent immigrants. The United States acquired free navigation of the Mississippi River in [A] the Treaty of Greenville. merchants [C] recent immigrants. Colonists objected to the Stamp Act because [A] they opposed all taxes. [C] the Treaty of Paris. newspapers [D] Indians. 58.56. [B] Declaratory Act. [C] Sugar Act. whereas the Sedition Act was primarily aimed at __________. rebellious slaves . not the colonists. 59. [A] rebellious slaves.
[D] not the only such protest to occur. 61. [B] weaken the power of the central government. . [C] independent farmer. [D] because better roads now made this territory more easily accessible. 63. 62. [C] revise the Articles of Confederation. [E] all of these. As a result of the Revolution. [C] directed only at the British East India Company. [E] indentured servant. [D] write a completely new constitution. [C] to get them away from the haughty eastern seaports.60. the “ideal” citizen of a republic was a(n) [A] seaboard merchant. To the Jeffersonian Republicans. [D] industrialist. many state capitals were relocated westward [A] due to a fear of British capture. [B] the result of the Intolerable Acts. [E] supported by friends of America in Britain. The Boston Tea Party of 1773 was [A] an isolated incident. [B] because water routes were now opened to the interior regions. [B] town artisan. [E] reassess our foreign alliances. The Constitutional Convention was called to [A] allow the most radical Revolutionary leaders to write their ideas into law.
65. B-4. [D] northern merchants derived greater benefit from the system than did southern planters. ___ A. Declaratory Act 1. Match each act below with the correct description. In some ways. [E] Britain had the only European empire based on mercantilistic principles. which protected colonial and British trade. B-4. C-3 [B] A-3. C-2 [E] A-4. [C] those colonists were heavily taxed to help provide financing for the Royal Navy. generated the most protest in the colonies. C-4 [D] A-1. asserted Parliament’s absolute power over the colonies 3. [D] Louis XIV of France. C-2 .64. B-2. first British law intended to raise revenues in the colonies 2. The Armed Neutrality League was started by [A] George III of Britain. [B] they stifled economic initiative. [C] King Leopold of Belgium. 66. C-l [C] A-2. [E] Catherine the Great of Russia. the Navigation Laws were a burden to certain colonists because [A] they gave greater benefits to slaves holders. required colonists to lodge British troops in their homes 4. B-1. Stamp Act ___ C. [B] Charles V of Spain. Sugar Act ___ B. [A] A-1. B-1.
[C] bringing in Alexander Hamilton as his aide. [C] changed naturalization requirements for new citizens. it could be said that the American colonists were [A] eager revolutionaries. [D] tried to prohibit the sale of whiskey. . [E] gaining a pay raise for American troops. The Sedition Act [A] was found by the Supreme Court to be unconstitutional.” [E] reluctant revolutionaries. 69. [B] allowed the import of foreign whiskey. [B] little concerned about economics. 68. [D] up until the end wanting more than the “rights of Englishmen. [E] tried to prohibit the manufacturing of whiskey.67. 70. In late 1776 and early 1777. [D] defeating the Hessians at Trenton and the British at Princeton. [B] securing the support of France for the American war effort with a victory in New York City. The Whiskey Rebellion of 1794 arose in southwestern Pennsylvania when the federal government [A] levied an excise tax on whiskey. [C] clearly opposed to tightening commercial bonds to the British. [B] established criteria for deporting dangerous foreigners. [D] was never enforced. When it came to the Revolution. George Washington helped restore confidence in America’s military by [A] providing adequate food and clothing for the soldiers. [E] threatened First Amendment freedoms. [C] halted the export of American whiskey.
71. through exchange of propaganda. 72. 73. [E] led the Boston Massacre. [C] promoted his bid to become governor of Massachusetts. As part of the egalitarian movement of the American Revolution. As written documents. [A] some southern states passed legislation providing for the gradual abolition of slavery. Federalists strongly supported [A] a weak military. [C] many states repealed laws against interracial marriage. [B] promoted independent action in each colony to support the British. [E] several northern states abolished slavery. The local committees of correspondence organized by Samuel Adams [A] kept opposition to the British alive. [D] be subordinate to state laws. [B] law and order. [B] laws against interracial marriage were eliminated. [E] popular democracy. [C] grant the governor more power than the legislature. [D] strict construction. 74. [D] most states outlawed the overseas trade in indentured servants. [B] reaffirm states’ rights. the state constitutions were intended to [A] represent a fundamental law superior to ordinary legislation. [C] states’ rights. [E] keep the government in the hands of the well-to-do. . [D] served as a precursor to the United States Postal Service.
[E] Lafayette. [D] Burgoyne. [C] highly reliable and well-supplied troops. Alexander Hamilton’s financial plan for strengthening the economy and bolstering national credit proposed all of the following except [A] abolishing tariffs. [C] de Grasse. [E] a low protective wall around infant industries. [D] funding the national debt. Which individual privately advocated equality for women? [A] Benjamin Franklin [B] Betsy Ross [C] Abigail Adams [D] Martha Washington [E] Thomas Jefferson 78. As the War for Independence began. [C] establishing a national bank. . [E] potential aid from the Armed Neutrality League. [B] a well-organized. the colonies had the advantage of [A] able naval leaders. strongly committed. [B] assuming state debts. and united population.75. [D] many outstanding civil and military leaders. The commander of French troops in America was [A] Howe. 77. 76. [B] Rochambeau.
81. [E] nullification was an invalid policy. [A] legislation such as the Alien and Sedition Acts was proper. 80. [D] a necessary evil. [C] slavery was illegal. early Americans saw it as all of the following except [A] something to be watched. [B] the national government was the creation of the thirteen sovereign states. [C] captured hundreds of British merchant ships. [B] something to be ultimately eliminated. 82. [C] something to be distrusted. Republican belief held that the stability of society and the authority of the government [A] depended on a strong hierarchical culture. [C] rested with the legislature. [D] successfully invaded the British West Indies. [E] something to be curbed. According to the compact theory advocated by Jefferson and Madison. [E] rested on an interdependence of all citizens.79. [D] rested with a strong monarchy. [B] gained control of the sea for the colonists. [E] made reliance on the French unnecessary. The most important contribution of the seagoing “privateers” during the Revolutionary War was that they [A] fought the British navy to a standstill. [D] the Virginia and Kentucky resolutions were illegal. [B] depended upon the virtue of its citizenry. . Regarding central authority.
As a result of the Revolution’s emphasis on equality. [B] the growth of trade organizations for artisans and laborers. [D] abolishing medieval inheritance laws. [E] the reduction of property qualifications for voting by most states. 84. [C] the establishment of the world’s first antislavery society.83. [B] militia service. [B] General Nathanael Greene lost Georgia to the British. [C] the national government’s dependence on customs collections for revenue. 86. all of the following were achieved except [A] full equality between white women and men. Hamilton’s position on the war between Britain and France in 1793 was primarily influenced by [A] his commitment to the Franco-American alliance of 1778. [D] the Armed Neutrality League sided with Britain. Shortly after French troops arrived in America. [B] the threat of British naval action against the American coast. [D] ties to business. Examples of colonial experience with self-governance. [E] his personal commitment to democratic government as a world ideal. . [E] the relative equality of landowning farmers. [D] the absence of a hereditary aristocracy. [E] General Benedict Arnold turned traitor. the resulting improvement in morale staggered when [A] the French began to win battles that the Americans had been unable to win. [C] New England town meetings. included all of the following except [A] committees of correspondence. 85. [C] America discovered the true reasons motivating France’s assistance. which prepared Americans for a republic.
89. The new Constitution did not provide for the creation of a(n) [A] Supreme Court.87. Whigs. . [A] Whigs.” [D] “small-state plan. Tories. Whigs [C] Loyalists. [E] federal court system. Tories. Loyalists 88. [E] a redistribution of land. Whigs [D] Loyalists. The Constitutional Convention addressed the North-South controversy over slavery through the [A] “three-fifths” compromise.” [E] Northwest Ordinance. [D] a reduced property tax. Loyalists [B] Sons of Liberty. [C] Electoral College. [C] abolishing the property qualification to vote. Tories. [C] “large-state plan. [B] closing of the slave trade until 1807. [B] vice president. [D] cabinet. and the independence-seeking Patriots were also known as __________. Americans who opposed independence for the colonies were labeled __________ or __________. [B] continuing slavery. 90. Tories [E] Tories. Thomas Jefferson argued that a landless class of voters could be avoided in part by [A] restricting the amount of property owned by each citizen. Whigs.
1776. [D] lack of military victories. for all of the following reasons except [A] a continued belief that America was part of the transatlantic community. D. [D] the money was needed to support troops. (D) Boston Tea Party. [D] established a procedure for governing the Old Northwest territory. [C] banned slavery from all territories of the United States. A 94. B. [B] people loved tea. C. . C [D] B. C. [B] gave control over land to the territories in which they were located. C. A.91. A. B. [C] it was the only tax passed by the colonists. B [C] A. Arrange the following events in chronological order: (A) clash at Lexington and Concord. (B) meeting of the First Continental Congress. B [B] C. [E] colonial governors requested it. (C) Quebec Act. The tax on tea was retained when the Townshend Acts were repealed because [A] it kept alive the principle of parliamentary taxation. [C] fear of British military reprisals. [E] the realization that the colonies were not united. The colonists delayed declaring their independence until July 4. [E] cleared the way for ratification of the Articles of Confederation. [B] support for the tradition of loyalty to the empire. The Northwest Ordinance of 1787 [A] provided for the survey and sale of public lands in the Old Northwest. D [E] D. D. 92. [A] A. 93. D.
7. A. 4. The Quebec Act was especially unpopular in the American colonies because it did all of the following except [A] turn an extensive amount of territory over to Catholic control. 4. A . D [B] A. privileges for the upper classes 2. 8 [E] A-5. Hamilton ___ B. pro-French 8. who saw a huge area snatched from their grasp. sympathy for the common people 4. pro-British 3. 2. 5. 5. universal education [A] A-1. 6—B-3. potent central government 5. 7. not just Massachusetts. pay off the national debt 6. 7 [D] A-1. 7—B-2. C. 4. (B) Townshend Acts. ___ A. B. 3. D. A [E] C. 2. 8—B-1. [C] alarm land speculators. 8—B-1. C. D. C. C. [B] affect many colonies. B. 2. [D] it set a dangerous precedent against jury trials. 97. Jefferson 1. B. 3. 4. government support for business 7. [E] deny the French the right to retain many of their old customs. B [D] D. [A] B. (C) Tea Act. 8 [B] A-3. 3—B-1. D [C] A. (D) Intolerable Acts. 4. 5 [C] A-2. 6. 6. 5. 8 96. 6.95. Arrange these events in chronological order: (A) Boston Massacre. Match each political leader with his positions on public policy in the 1790s. 7. 6.
[B] was eagerly welcomed by French-Canadian leaders. [C] resulted in fewer laws being passed by Parliament regarding the colonies. . [C] resulted in Benedict Arnold’s defection to Great Britain. [D] exemplified to many colonists the difference between legislation and taxation. [B] about the same as before the war. The economic status of the average American at the end of the Revolutionary War was [A] better than before the war. [E] convinced many colonists that the British were trying to take away their historic liberty. [C] more closely tied to Britain than before the war. [B] required action by each colonial legislature. 100. [E] was unsuccessful. [E] more closely tied to France than before the war. The colonists’ invasion of Canada in 1775 [A] resulted in the capture of both Montreal and Quebec.98. Passage of the Sugar Act and the Stamp Act [A] led many colonists to believe that the British were expanding colonial freedom. 99. [D] was of little strategic value for the colonists. [D] probably worse than before the war.
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